Sometimes, it’s even harder…
I don’t like to whine. I HATE whiny people. But I guess once in a while, letting it go is good for your health.
I haven’t been sleeping well. I dunno why. Maybe because it’s not my own cosy little cave. Maybe because Abu’s not here with me. Or maybe because I have no cats sleeping around me. Damn those furry little devils! I miss them… I even miss my ikan laga. SIGH!
Ok… Enough with the whining.
So how are everyone doing? KL people missed me yet???? Us? We are fine. The kids are adjusting well. They seem to enjoy being able to sit outside and play all day. They are also adjusting to having more people around them.
Me? I wake up 5.30am everyday. Some days I’ll sambung tidur after sembahyang Subuh, but most of the days, I’ll be wide awake, contemplating whether or not I should bring the kids out to the beach that morning. No, we haven’t been to the beach yet. I’ve been tied up with trying to get the businesses running. Nasi Lemak is 95% done. Tomorrow we’ll be doing a test run and InsyaAllah on 17th, we’ll be open for business. Woohoo!!!!!! As for Ms Read, we are still waiting for a few stuff to arrive from KL. we haven’t got a date set yet for opening. We hope to open before January, but if it’s impossible (since most of the set up staff might be on leave), we’ll go for 7th Jan. Other than that, I’m doing well. I haven’t been able to do any quilting or knitting or reading books or even watching DVDs. I’m TRYING to watch Hero as I’m blogging now but it doesn’t see, to work. I’m not concentrating well, because I’m tired and hungry at the same time.
KK’s lifestyle? Totally different from KL of course. When you put a lunatic road rager in a place where most of the people goes below 70km/h, I felt as if my blood pressure is just too low for me to even push the gas pedal. My mom is in Singapore and I had the honour of going the pasar besar to get supply. Still got shocked when the makcik jual sayur said, ‘yang ini, dua ikat $1.50’. Again, maybe because I am used to buying my food supply at Jusco where satu ikat sayur is $1.25. And don’t even get me started on the ikan/udang/sotong/ketam. I’ve never been so happy to see a lot of fresh fish in the same room. Last Sunday, I had brunch with my uncle at Hyatt’s Chinese restaurant, and we went for the Dim Sum buffet, and it cost $45 nett, I feel like I want to just sit there and stare at the abundance of Dim Sums! I’ve never seen anything below $50 for buffets at a hotel in KL. Having said that, I still miss my hectic life. I miss my friends, especially those who share my ‘intelligent jokes’. Iskiskisk…
Some pictures 4u2c:
I shall try and update the blog frequently. The word is ‘TRY’… :-p